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1" Lewes planners begin Comprehensive Development Plan workshops Nov. 19 The Lewes Planning Commis- sion will host an initial round of workshops to hear Lewes resident interests and concerns on how to guide growth in Lewes. All municipalities are required to develop a Comprehensive De- velopment Plan that sets forth the city or town's position on such things as community character, expansion of boundaries, general use of land in the community, pro- tection of sensitive areas and criti- cal community development and infrastructure issues " When adopted, the Comprehen- sive Plan has the force of law and serves as the basis for the devel- opment of zoning regulations. While Lewes currently has a Long Range Plan that was ap- proved in 1992 and issues-related plans for such things as trans- portation and the canal front, the development of the Comprehen- sive Plan provides an opportunity to bring all the pieces together and allow the vision of Lewes to take shape. University of Delaware workshop facilitates, Bill Mc- Gowan and Joe Farrell, will lead participants through a series of questions that look at Lewes' core values - these values that provide residents' vision of Lewes - and consider how these values can be accommodated and serve as the basis of a Comprehensive Plan. "Public participation is critical to the value of this plan," accord- ing to cofacilitator Joe Farrell. "Lewes has a very engaged citi- zenry, and the fruits of citizen im- provement are clear in the Lewes Canalfront project. The Compre- hensive Plan provides the city with the tool to develop that vi- sion. We need to hear from resi- dents now, so that their interests, whether it ' is the canalfront, his- toric district, open space or af- fordable housing, are built into the plan." The workshops have been scheduled at varying times and lo- cations to provide everyone with an opportunity to attend a session. The schedule is, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 19, at the Lewes Public Library; 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 21, at Friendship Baptist Church, and 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Nov. 23 at Lewes Presbyterian Church. In cooperation with the Lewes Planning Commission, the Uni- versity of Delaware Sea Grant Marine Advisory Service has de- veloped a community question- naire to better understand commu- nity interests and help validate whether public discussion reflects the broader community views. The mail survey will be distrib- uted to residents during the next month. Delaware Tourism Alliance meets Nov. 19 The Delaware Tourism Alliance will meet at noon, Tuesday, Nov:. 19, at the Bellmoor Inn, Christian Street, Rehoboth Beach. The agenda in- eludes a briefing on the recent elections and what they mean for tourism as well as guidelines on how businesses can handle the new "no smok- ing" bill. There will also be a briefing on the new tourism parmering project that will fully determine the impact tourism has on the state's economy. To reserve a seat, call 866-757-0637. Fabulous Location Well-kept home for sale in Lewes on a double lot. Half a block to the canal and one block to downtown. Well- built, big house is secluded and serene. 4 BR, 3 1/2 BA, big LR, DR, 2 family rooms, office, full basement. $525,000. CALL LEE ANN WILKINSON AT (302) 645-6661 800-321-3839 CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 15 - Nov. 21, 2002 - fl Nick Carter LOT LISTINGS Wolfe Pointe, Lot #134 .................. $204,000 Wolfe Pointe, Lots 55, 80, 88, 184, 185, 186, 187 (Under Contract} Cape Shores, Lot #113 .$539,000 Broadkill Beach .$137,000 Estates Cape Shores Lewes Medical Lot #88 - 6 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, $1,875,000 Lewes Beach 105 4th St. Medical Ofes Lewes Beach #9 Queen Anne Pier Sandy Brae 1103 Cedar Ave & 3 Newark St., $565,000 Plantations 218 Edgewood Drive - High FencedYard, $195,000 Wolfe Runne 2nd Floor, 2 bedroom,2 bath $219,900 84 Spinnaker Circle .7he I(aitlyrg :